Monthly updates for May 2015
We’ve announced a new Azure Virtual Private Network (VPN) Gateway that allows you to connect your virtual network via ExpressRoute and site-to-site VPN.
The Microsoft Operations Management Suite is the IT management solution for the era of the cloud; a single solution, built to manage your entire enterprise environment regardless of location, operating system, hypervisors, or cloud provider choices.
Azure Automation enables the creation, deployment, and maintenance of resources for cloud and on-premises environments by using a highly scalable and reliable workflow service.
Azure Site Recovery can now replicate and recover SAN-based, on-premises Hyper-V workloads to Azure compute emulator connected to NetApp Private Storage.
Apps written in iOS Swift can now use an updated Mobile Engagement iOS SDK.
Azure Domain Name System (DNS) allows you to host your domains with your Azure apps. By hosting your domains in Azure, you can manage your DNS records by using your existing Azure subscription.
Cloud App Discovery, a module of Azure Active Directory Premium is now generally available and accessible via the Microsoft Azure portal. It can provide your IT department with visibility into all your organization’s business and consumer cloud apps.
Now you can assign more than one load-balanced public IP address to a set of virtual machines, enabling high-availability and high-scale scenarios.
Azure Operational Insights is available as part of the Microsoft Operations Management Suite.
For Azure ExpressRoute customers who require a large number of Border Gateway Protocol routes, global connectivity, or more Azure virtual network links per circuit, we’ve introduced the ExpressRoute Premium add-on package.
You can use Visual Studio to create and deploy your Logic Apps, as well as other new improvements like the ability to see the history of trigger executions and access documentation right from the designer.